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Date of creation: 2020/03/18 – Update: 2020/11/02

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Grasp-IT: a brain-computer interface for improving stroke rehabilitation

Having just been made a PhD in computer science funded by Inria at Loria, Sébastien Rimbert has also just been given the Best Student Paper award supported by the Brain Initiavite and the IEEE Learned Society at the Systems, Man, and Cybernetics international conference.

Cybersecurity: a Franco-German collaboration project on European autonomy

A cybersecurity partnership agreement will be signed on January 20th 2020 at the CISPA computer security research centre in Saarbrücken.

[AI Chair] Interview with Steve Kremer

In December 2019, 40 French projects out of a total of 173 were awarded “Research and Teaching Chairs in Artificial Intelligence” following a call for projects launched by the French National Research Agency (ANR). Two projects are from the Lorraine region. Zoom in on Steve Kremer, Inria Research Director at the Loria, one of the selected projects’ coordinators.

[AI Chair] Interview with Claire Gardent

In December 2019, 40 French projects out of a total of 173 were awarded “Research and Teaching Chairs in Artificial Intelligence” following a French National Research Agency (ANR) call for projects. Two of these projects are from the Lorraine region. Zoom in on Claire Gardent, CNRS Research Director at Loria, one of the selected projects’ coordinators.

robot à câbles

A Robot to Track and Film Flying Insects

Flying insects have developed effective strategies for navigating in natural environments. However, the experimental study of these strategies remains challenging due to the small size of insects and their high speed of motion: today it is only possible to study insects that are “tethered” or in stationary flight. Scientists from the CNRS, Université de Lorraine, and Inrae* have developed the first cable-driven robot that can follow and interact with free-flying insects.

More information: Read the press alert on CNRS website

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